What is health? 

Health as a concept is a topic that many people talk about but few fully define.

The WHO (World Health Organization) and the National health departments of different countries often issue various health recommendations.
Still, these are very general and usually only indicate how many hours per week we should be physically active to be expected to stay healthy.
The Swedish National Food Agency and other nations' counterparts issue recommendations on what they consider healthy and unhealthy food.
Unfortunately, in many cases, the advice is also here too general and based on one-sided research results where the research teams are not always completely independent as they can be directly or indirectly funded by food or the pharmaceutical industry, and anyone who believes that human health and well-being is at the top of the pharmaceutical companies agenda should then think again.

Social Disinformation

In summary, one could say that even though ill health is the most tremendous and significant-high cost to society and the state, the same is relatively bad at preventing and preventing ill health, both physical and mental. Another factor and a great source of misleading information that should not be underestimated is social media’s impact on human beings.
There are plenty of self-proclaimed “gurus” and "health influencers" whose purpose is merely to create a hype or click magnet.
The cartotheque of hilarious exercise movements or magical quick cures to health has never been greater than today.

The ideal image of health 

It can be considered healthy to have a muscular and athletic-looking body or to be able to run a marathon.
Still, according to our way of looking at health, these attributes are primarily linked to performance and appearance.
Performing and achieving lofty goals is not the same thing as being healthy likewise as elite sports or high-intensity sports with too little recovery are not healthy.

Our definition of health is different and more comprehensive.
Of course, we should strive to be relatively physically strong, mobile, and fit, but from a perspective where everything is in balance and one characteristic does not prevent anyone else.
This applies to the psychological characteristics as well as physiological ones.
The healthy look that many aspire to is given for free once you have started to be and live healthily to the fullest.

The weakest link...

The qualities you find easy for must never psychologically or physiologically dominate and take over so that you do not develop your weaker sides that you need to work more with.
A healthy individual, therefore, trains their health by first practicing their weaknesses and then connecting and integrating them with their strengths and, through that approach, receives no "weak links.”
The saying that – a chain is no stronger than its weakest link is the approach we start from.
We usually start by dividing the concept into several categories to clarify how we define health.
These are:

  • Physical health: (strength, fitness, coordination, balance, mobility)
  • Mental health: (the ability to be able to manage one's thoughts, emotions, impulses and to have self-awareness, perception, and cognition)
  • Social health: (relationships, being able to relate to all environments, and managing on your own in society)
  • Referoric Health: (From the Latin word refero, meaning relate). Includes himself about everything from a non-anthropocentric point of view, for example, how we treat animals and nature.

The Indexes

 To make an adequate assessment of a person's health status, we have created various indices we use where our clients, for example, can perform specific assessment exercises.

Of course, it is difficult to make a "black or white" assessment.
Creating a “black or white" assessment is problematic case-by-case, but the various indices work well as guidelines and future goals.
Since the different assessment criteria are primarily individual, we do not describe them in detail here but only indicate what is assessed overall.

  • Morlor Motus Index(movement index) Balance • Coordination • Mobility
  • Morlor Physio Index: Brawn • Cardiovascular stamina
  • Morlor Cognito Index: Memory • Responsiveness • Conscious response • Practical problem-solving skills • Event adaptive (Being able to adapt quickly to a changing environment) • Adaptive perception (Being non-rigid in one's outlook and having the ability to shift one's perspective) • Reaction balance (overreaction vs. underreaction about a specific event)
  • Morlor Bio Index: Blood pressure • Blood sugar level • Resting heart rate • Respiration
  • Morlor Animae Index: Self-knowledge • The feeling of being confirmed • Aware of its unique features • Economic confirmation 

 Know their context In addition to these indices, our overall assessment is based on conversations that clients tell us about themselves and their lives.
Negative Family behavior and programming that has been inherited need attention and be broken.
By breaking an inherited negative behavior, a disease cycle that has been inherited is often also broken.
Anyone who thinks that unprocessed emotions cannot be physically reflected in the body will be surprised if you change your mindset and start processing accumulated emotions that you haven't had an outlet for earlier in life.

In our ambition to guide and educate people to better health, our hope is also that our clients pass on our message to their acquaintances, who hopefully share the information with them and so on…
In this way, an exponentially growing Health Movement is created that contributes to significant cost savings for the public sector in the form of the reduced needs of the community individuals in future care and course, also more people who feel genuinely god